‘The Interview’ Has Officially Broken The Internet


Sad day for all movie buffs, Sony decided to pull the plug on planned release of “The Interview” – and it’s not a reschedule! Apparently, Sony has “no further release plans”. Damn.

Here’s the full statement:

In light of the decision by the majority of our exhibitors not to show the film The Interview, we have decided not to move forward with the planned December 25 theatrical release. We respect and understand our partners’ decision and, of course, completely share their paramount interest in the safety of employees and theater-goers.

Sony Pictures has been the victim of an unprecedented criminal assault against our employees, our customers, and our business. Those who attacked us stole our intellectual property, private emails, and sensitive and proprietary material, and sought to destroy our spirit and our morale – all apparently to thwart the release of a movie they did not like. We are deeply saddened at this brazen effort to suppress the distribution of a movie, and in the process do damage to our company, our employees, and the American public. We stand by our filmmakers and their right to free expression and are extremely disappointed by this outcome.

However, President Obama didn’t see it as risk and downplayed the likelihood of an incident. Speaking to ABC News on Wednesday, December 17 President Obama said people should feel safe about visiting their local theaters.

Well, the cyberattack is very serious. We’re investigating it. We’re taking it seriously. You know, we’ll be vigilant. If we see something that we think is serious and credible, then we’ll alert the public. But for now, my recommendation would be that people go to the movies.

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